Music Reviews

Once again we bringing nothing but the best and latest in soulful house music to our loyal fans and readers... enjoy !!

Josh Milan featuring Mona Bode "One night stand" (Man Machine Productions CD Promo)

Spoken word artist Mona Bode joins forces with the legendary Josh Milan on the breathtaking "One night stand", an inspiring underground-esque production featuring the unrivaled spoken word poetry by Mona Bode alongside glorious keys over laidback yet contaminous percussive rhythms in Josh Milan's 'Main Mix'. DJ Sound Science contributes a deeply thumpin' truly melodious rework laced with delicious keys and chords, while Jonny Montana graces us with a a grandiose rendition oozing with the signature soulful, organic jazz drenched sound.

Rescue Poetix "Soul-diers of House" (CyberJamz Records CD Promo)

CyberJamz Records continue to bless us with nothing but the best in soulful underground house music with their latest offering "Soul-diers of House", an ode to the dancers (soul-diers of house) and DJ's (master at the helm) featuring the enchanting poetry of spoken word artist Rescue Poetix - a musical gem guaranteed to make you yearn for more... The mixes are courtesy of DJ Sound Science, Soul-Cat, Cm2, Tayo Wink and DJ Punch, all adding their distinctive deep soulful touch, making it next to impossible to choose a favorite version.

Sterling Ensemble featuring Pete Simpson "She's my earth" (Sterling Blue Music CD Promo)

What an amazing piece of music we've got here... Sterling Ensemble return with "She's my earth", a timeless soulful production featuring the unmistakable deeply rooted vocals by Pete Simpson alongside lovely acoustic guitar by Grecco Buratto and keys by Albert Sterling Menendez, all perfectly arranged over a smooth yet infectious backdrop enriched with sweet percussion by Richard Bravo. The remixes are courtesy of Rhemi (Neil Pierce & Ziggy Funk) who deliver a thrilling deep'n'soulful rendition laced with lush melodious keys, and Matthias Heilbronn who adds his trademark truly mesmerizing soul-tech touch to the track, with heavenly keys and fierce rhythms leading the way for the fantastic vocals.

Ananda Project featuring Terrance Downs "Human Like EP" (Ananda Project Recordings CD Promo)

We are proud to introduce you to to Chris Brann's brand new label Ananda Project Recordings which will bring us the evolving sound from his Atlanta based collective of artists and musicians known as Ananda Project. The label's inaugural release sees the return of the one and only Terrance Downs who impresses with his magical incomparable voice on "Human like" which brings back the beloved classic sound from earlier Ananda Project and Wamdue Kids records. This gem is backed with two instrumental tracks taking you on an excursion to deepest imaginable grounds with their luscious melodies and spell binding rhythms - truly mental deepness indeed...

Deep City Soul & Darryl D'Bonneau "Bump it out" (Part 2)(Bump Trax CD Promo)

Earlier this year (in mid-September to be precise), we reviewed "Bump it out" by the Deep City Soul crew who join forces with the one and only Darryl D'Bonneau for an amazing slice of old skool inspired soulful house built around Darryl D'Bonneau's stunning vocals, glorious melodies and a relentlessly bouncin' backdrop. Now part two is ready, featuring remixes by Jakkin Rabbit (Danny Kane & Marc Spence) who bless us with their truly hypnotizing deepalicious workout which takes this wicked track to a whole new level, and Bump Kings who contribute an utterly deep slightly dark dub sure to rock the floor whenever it gets played...

Deep City Soul & Sonny Fodera "Ain't it bad" (Bump Trax CD Promo)

We ain't done yet as we have a little something for those amongst you looking for simple yet effective dance floor shattering vibes and rhythms... UK's Deep City Soul and Australia's Sonny Fodera team up for "Ain't it bad", an ingenious slice of uplifting truly infectious old skool inspired house built around ruthlessly thumpin' rhythms, with the phat keys and hooks intensifying the vibe the to the max. Nuff said...

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